Siegfriend Muller, believed to be taken in 1962 during his time in the Kongo Civil War (1962-1967). Fighting in the army of the Kaiserreich during the Second Weltkrieg, after the war Muller found himself one of many demobilized soldiers without a job. Like many other WK2 veterans, Muller found his calling in mercenary work. Beginning in 1947, Muller and his band of mercs would fight in wars all around the world, especially in the chaotic former Mittelafrika region. Mercs like Muller were very important in the various conflicts in the decades after Mittelafrika's collapse, with fighting between Askari remnants, independence movements, CSA-sponsored syndicalists, and European settler-states meant a constant amount of work and pay for Mullers merry band.
Logo of Muller's mercenary group, the "Afrika Corp", who liked to larp as German soldiers, many of them being former soldiers of the German army